Tone your arms, your core, and your glutes all at once with this move.
Balancing Biceps/Triceps: Stand with your feet together and a weight in each hand. Now lift your right foot and come to balance on your left, keeping your left knee slightly bent. Curl the weights up toward your shoulders and lower back down again for 10 to 12 reps. Keep your abs engaged and focus on a point in front of you to help maintain your balance. Next, switch legs so you're balancing on your right leg with your right knee slightly bent. Hinge forward at the waist and bring the weights to your chest. Keep your arms close to your sides and straighten your arms to press the weights behind you. Bring the weights back toward your chest and then press back again for 10 to 12 reps. This move works your arms, your core, and your glutes.
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